Vida Tropical B and B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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perfect place to arrive from the airport. nice people.
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... s hug and every child's smile. The way he works here is so powerful that we have all found ourselves reduced to tears on many occasions. I feel like God has given me a brand new lens with which to see life, and I will surely will never be the same.
Jason, Aidan and Lil--I love you guys so much. I miss you so much. Thank you for giving me the gift of this time here!!
... a shuttle train which took us to Gate 6. It was chaos as all flights were postponed. A large storm affected flights up North and although we had planes there were crew shortages. Fortunately we were first off after a 2 hour delay.
Reached San Jose in the dark so have seen little of it. Was met by a car so that was fine although in the hotel had yo change rooms as I could not get WiFi so here I am, ready for a wash and ...
... but no. Not good enough. I tried battling with him, asking him to call the lady we had booked through to confirm, but no. He said we needed a plane ticket or a bus ticket out of Panama otherwise he wouldn’t let us in. We needed to buy a ticket from our bus driver to the value of 60 quid (which we would never see again – the tickets are sold with names and passport numbers so you canīt sell them on). Very frustrating but unavoidable. Next, all ...
... on the weather, product demand and so on. He also manages the melons and so we looked at some pictures of quality issues that had occured including some watermelons with salmonella! After work I wandered down to the nearby shopping centre which apparantly is the biggest in the whole of Central America but miraculously I came away empty handed. I am pretty pleased with how my Spanish is coming along, the lessons are exhausting but they sure do work.
... sun with my trusty backpack (still searching for a name for him and his son, the small matching backpack) trying to flag down a bus to David. A few buses semi-stopped for me but they weren’t going to David so I let them pass. After 50 minutes I saw the bus a bit late and ran to try and flag him down but he had no intention of stopping and I think he sped up after seeing me. So, a bit perturbed I decided to try a different tactic. Take a taxi to the next town and ...